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    Printing right now on the iPF8400...cannot remember if I have posted it before, sorry if I have....


    Edit: still simply cannot get a goodlooking low res image to publish, this looks very compressed and bad on my monitor, while the original is incredibly sharp with a myriad of details.....
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    120ASPH/IQ180

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    Clock Tower at west end of Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, Fl

    Acra Swiss 32mm lens
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    Shot near Luning NV ISO 200 f/5.6 1/30 10mm movements left to right a a small about of lens shift. 11:50 a.m. and it was already hot inside, dark with plenty of light streaming through the windows to the point of nearly blowing them out.

    I believe I could not have capture in feelings of the place were it not for the Credo 50 WS and the 590nm filter. Just hated the snakes. Don
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I believe I could not have capture in feelings of the place were it not for the Credo 50 WS and the 590nm filter. Just hated the snakes. Don
    Here's a prediction: Don will now be looking down the back of the Sofa, underneath the truck seat, raiding the piggy bank and putting his army of Jerome minions out to work to raise the funds for his new MF nemesis the Credo WS

    (Btw it's why I try not to trial any of the goodies CI bring to events because I always end up buying them at some point later!!!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Here's a prediction: Don will now be looking down the back of the Sofa, underneath the truck seat, raiding the piggy bank and putting his army of Jerome minions out to work to raise the funds for his new MF nemesis the Credo WS

    (Btw it's why I try not to trial any of the goodies CI bring to events because I always end up buying them at some point later!!!)
    Got a surprise for you Graham - As much as I enjoyed using it; I'm not interested. I'm in the process of putting a new blog post together on the Credo and will explain then. Don
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    "I try not to trial any of the goodies CI bring to events because I always end up buying them at some point later!"

    Gee, I wonder if that's why they bring the stuff?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    "I try not to trial any of the goodies CI bring to events because I always end up buying them at some point later!"

    Gee, I wonder if that's why they bring the stuff?
    Well of course
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Got a surprise for you Graham - As much as I enjoyed using it; I'm not interested. I'm in the process of putting a new blog post together on the Credo and will explain then. Don
    Don, you can try a blog, or even write a book, but we all know resistance is futile
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    Quote Originally Posted by jagsiva View Post
    Don, you can try a blog, or even write a book, but we all know resistance is futile
    Just remember Don who your buddies are and they're all enablers of the 1st class. Can you spell K .... e .... N .... Plus you're practically related to DaveG
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    And throwing more fuel on the speculation of flames here a new set of sample image shot with the Credo 50 WS.





    Amargosa Dunes, aka Big Dune, southwestern Nevada (north of Pahrump).

    Cambo WRS, 40HR and a Leaf Credo 50 Wide Spectrum back. Shot in wide spectrum, f/8 1/500 ISO 100. First sample show the file right from camera with very little processing in C1 Pro (didn't even clean the dirt). The second sample shows a more "artistic" rendering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Got a surprise for you Graham - As much as I enjoyed using it; I'm not interested. I'm in the process of putting a new blog post together on the Credo and will explain then. Don
    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Just remember Don who your buddies are and they're all enablers of the 1st class. Can you spell K .... e .... N .... Plus you're practically related to DaveG
    Don's just saying no to the WS Credo 50.

    You do know that there is a WS Credo 80 don't you?

    Go big or go home.

    K.....e......N

    p.s. Aside from the weight of yet another camera system I keep thinking how cool a converted WS or IR Pentax 645z might be....

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    Taipei Dusk from Elephant hill
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post

    Just hated the snakes. Don[/FONT]
    Hey Don, you do know it's possible to shoot (rattle)snakes with the Cambo and 40HR and even better with a crop sensor back



    See the bigger pic here: http://www.getdpi.com/forum/631014-post3255.html
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    Charleston, SC...a treasure trove for photographers
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    Charleston with an Arca Swiss and 32mm Rodie
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    Amen Raw Bar in Charleston, SC...Have the Crab Cakes
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    Another pen 'n lens shot. The pen, perched on a Rodie Grandagon 200, is called a "Mikado" by its maker. There is something a bit Gilbert and Sullivan about the image, to my eye.

    Rodenstock 120mm, light painting and strobe.
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    Taipei City from Elephant Hill

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    Circus is in town
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    Both images with Arca Swiss, 32mm Rodie, H5D50 back
    ISO 50, 25 seconds, f11
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    Tamar Park, Hong Kong
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    Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong
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    More fun with the CAPCam.



    Watch was running, so no focus stacking on this one. -30.5 degrees of tilt, 13.28 degrees of swing (as mentioned before, these are the angles by which the focal plane has been moved, not the lens movements).

    Magnification 1:1.3 at the front, 1:1.4 at the back. 0.6mm depth of field.

    IQ180, Schneider APO Digitar 5.6/120

    You can clearly see the reflection of the camera in the bottom left - I'm having a custom light tent built to fix that, since there is nothing I can find on the market that will work properly when using this camera!

    Kind regards,

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    Gerald, pretty awesome for a single shot! ....and crazy tilt/swing angles too.

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    Thanks jagsiva, but again I must stress - the CAPcam software works on the angles of the focal plane vs the sensor plane.

    NOT the angles of the front standard vs the sensor plane, which is what we are used to talking about.

    Having said that, the lens angle was pretty big for this one!

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    Shaman makes a point.

    This is a superb pen, but absolutely plain. Interesting subject because of that understatement. Apo Digitar 120 @f8, IQ180, stacked
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    Took the youngest daughter for a walk on the beach today. We saw a new playground and she wanted to try it out. I sat down for a while doing nothing, looking at the sea and thinking of my schedule for the week. But after my daughter called me to go around and see what she was doing, then I saw this abstract image before me. I had the Alpa Max with one lens and my ultralight Gitzo with me.....so, why not....a slide at the beach shot as graphical as possible.

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    Manhattan seen from Liberty Stated Park

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    And the super cliche shot of the Brooklyn bridge...

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    halfway up the lower part of the bridge tower on the left, little bright light. about where i live!
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    I am the the photographer for Touro Synagogue, the oldest Jewish place of worship in North America. Recently I took some additional images for a new brochure that is being created.
    This image is a photomerge of 9 images. In order to manage the shot from a balcony above the sanctuary, it was necessary to tilt the camera down (Arca Swiss) at a very severe angle.
    As you might imagine, when the image was assembled in photoshop, all of the columns converged at about a 30 degree angle. Fortunately it was possible to somewhat straighten them with a manual lens correction in Adobe CC.
    Incidentally what a PITA it was to combine all of the LCC's with all of the images!

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    Testing my newly acquired IQ180.



    Stone ship from the Viking Age at Gl. Lejre, Denmark.
    A symbol of the final journey towards the afterlife ship settings were often erected at burial grounds.
    This setting is one of the largest stone build ship settings in Denmark. 55 graves have been found here, one with a human sacrifice.

    Cambo WRS-1250, IQ180, 40HR.
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    A Corner in Shanghai STC + IQ180 + HR50
    [url=https://flic.kr/p/t5dYP8]
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    Shanghai Skyline
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    Last edited by awolf; 21st May 2015 at 07:24.
    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Wentworth Falls



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    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Full frame (the watch is 39.5mm diameter, so that should give you a clue as to the magnification here!).

    Capcam working its magic again - focal plane aligned with the watch movement, depth of field is less than 400 microns. 9 image focal stack.

    IQ180, Schneider 120mm
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    Nanjing East Road, Shanghai



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    ALPA12TC, SCHNEIDER KREUZNACH DIGITAR 60MM 4.0N AND CREDO 60MBDB
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    ALPA 12TC, CREDO 60, SK DIGITAR 35MM 5.6XL

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    Jerry,

    I used the boathouse as my focal point. It was at about 300 yards from my camera. Then I calculated the hyperfocal distance (H) and used the aperture that would give me a H/2 at the flag on the first green.

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    You can use a laser. For far distances like this you can judge the distance. Usually once the subject is at 400 yards or so it is almost considered as infinity. Hyperfocal distance (H)= (LXL)/(fxd where, L=focal length of lens in mm, f= f-stop of aperture, d=Diameter of CoC (circle of confusion) in mm (for 645 format it is 0.050 mm or 50 microns). You could use a HPF ring that is available for SK or Rodie lenses in Alpa lineup that gives you a DOF for every aperture and you can then use the NFL (near focus limit) and FFL (far focus limit) on the HPF ring. The other alternative is to calculate the NFL=(HXD)/({H+(D-L)} and FFL=(HXD)/{H_(D-L)} where, H=HFD in mm, D=Distance to subject in mm and L=focal length in mm.
    The HPF (High precision focus) rings are specific for each lens.
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    CityScape, Shanghai

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    This is awesome!

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    One of many great spots along Richland Creek in the Arkansas Ozarks.



    Taken with a Phase One IQ160, iso 50, Arca rm3di and Rodenstock 28mm with a CL-PL and center filter.

    There are times I am still amazed at what the IQ160 can do with color. This is one back I should have kept!

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    Grand Canyon Walk Blue Mountains



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    For some reason whenever I load this into Flickr it brightens right up. The original is quite a bit darker!!!
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Came upon this boat in late light last evening.
    Happened to have a 90mm rodie on my rm3di
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